The Uzo Method project is a public health solution that addresses health disparities through prevention.
The goal is to develop an evidence based method of healing through movement, music and dance, improving quality of life and preventing illnesses one individual at a time. This project incorporates the use of body movements, music, and dance as an intentional means to elevate health through education, demonstration, community service and research.
Body Movement: Bodies in movement improve health and well-being. Its therapeutic effects improve physical and emotional functioning. It restores, re-mediates, and rehabilitates body functioning.
Dance: Focuses on the expressive, reflective, communicative, and adaptive behaviors. It engages the spirit, which enhances the mind, body and spirit connection.
Music: Music affects brain chemistry and is a powerful tool to enhance our quality of life.
The combination of the three with a knowledgeable professional and adequate facilitation can yield healthy outcomes. This project aims to increase awareness around the power of music and dance as an energizer, stress reliever and quality of life enhancer.